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    Freedom Now ! The March On Washington as recorded on August 28th, 1963
    Street percussion, drumming, songs and chants recorded in New York in 1959 by a group of street kids. Kind of like a prototype Haryou Percussion Group ('Welcome to the Party'). Wicked!
    Super-tough funky, funky, funky female proto-rap poetry from Sarah Webster Fabio. Killer! Armed with an incredible rhythm section this album is a classic and laid the trail for the likes of Jil Scott and Erykah Badu! Includes the B-Boy breaks gem 'Sweet Songs'!
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    Tough, tough, tough proto-female rap featuring raw percussion and super-funky accompaniment. This is like Gil Scott Heron's '125th and Lennox' album meets ESG! WICKED!!! Includes Glimpses as featured on the recent Soul Jazz Records album Fly Girls!
    Audio Documentary featuring  Joan Baez, Martin Luther King, President Kennedy, Odetta, Bob Dylan and more. Features Martin Luther King's famous 'I Have A Dream' speech!
    Radical Black Panther and black communist speaks out! Fascinating stuff including inteviews about and around the radical poet.
    Black poet Nancy Dupree accompanied by a group of young kids. Songs include tributes to, amongst others, James Brown.
    Sarah Webster's black poetry. Some tracks feature conga accompaniment in a Gil Scott Heron/Last Poets stylee! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
    Includes the classic "I've Known Rivers", later recorded by Gary Bartz ("The Negro Speaks Of Rivers")
    Sarah Webster Fabio raps her poetry over some funky tunes and deep jazz (such as Coltrane's "Equinox"). Recommended.
    Excellent collection of poems and narration from Langston Hughes! Recommended!
    Langston Hughes narrates the history and evolution of Jazz in the USA. Classic recording.
    This super double-CD reissue documents a central aspect of the cultural environment of the Civil Rights Movement, acknowledging songs as the language that focused people's energy. These 43 tracks are a series of musical images, of a people in coversation about their determination to be free. Many of the songs were recorded live in mass meetings held...